By Time. Mankind is Certainly in Loss – Shaykh Fawzan | Dawud Burbank [Audio|En]

Bismillaah

Sharh-ul-Usool-ith-Thalaathah : Lesson 04 – Part B & Lesson 05 
Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzan | Dawud Burbank [Audio|English]

[Souncloud Audio Link

Imaam Muhammad ibn ‘Abdil-Wahhaab (rahimahullaah) said: 

And the Proof is He the Most High’s saying:

وَالْعَصْرِ
إِنَّ الْإِنسَانَ لَفِي خُسْرٍ
إِلَّا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا وَعَمِلُوا الصَّالِحَاتِ وَتَوَاصَوْا بِالْحَقِّ وَتَوَاصَوْا بِالصَّبْرِ

By Time. Mankind is certainly in loss. Except for those who have eemaan (those who truly believe) and perform righteous deeds, and enjoin one another with the truth and enjoin one another with patience. [103:1-3]11


[11]:

It is obligatory that you learn these four matters in detail – is there any proof for what the Shaikh has said? That it is obligatory upon us to learn these four matters, and he has promised us that he will not say anything except with a proof, so where is the proof? The proof upon that is His saying, He the Most High,

Bismillaahirrahmaanirraheem

By Time. Mankind is certainly in loss. Except for those who have eemaan (those who truly believe) and perform righteous deeds, and enjoin one another with the truth and enjoin one another with patience. [103:1-3]

“Except for those who have eemaan”, this is the first matter: knowledge, because eemaan cannot be except through knowledge, which is awareness of Allaah the Mighty and Majestic, awareness of His Prophet and awareness of the religion of Islaam with the proofs.

The second matter: “And they perform the righteous deeds”, this is action upon the knowledge.

The third matter: “And they enjoin each other with the truth”, this is calling to the knowledge and action.

The fourth matter: “And they enjoin each other with patience”, upon harm in the path of calling to knowledge and action.

So His saying, He the One free of all imperfections:

وَالْعَصْرِ

By Time. [103:1]

The, “Waw”, is the waw-ul-qasm (the ‘waw’ of an oath). And Al-‘Asr is a noun upon which an oath is sworn and it is majroor, and the sign that it is majroor is that it has a kasrah upon it. And what is meant is Time and a time period.

Allaah, the Most High, swears by a time period and by Time, and it is something created. And Allaah, the Majestic and Most High, swears by whatever He wishes from the creation, but the creation may not swear an oath except by Allaah. And Allaah does not swear an oath except by something which has importance, and which contains a Sign from His Signs, He the Perfect and Most High. So this Time, contains a lesson and has importance, and therefore Allaah swore an oath by Time, and He swore by the night when it covers, and He swore an oath by the daytime brightness.

But as for the creation, then he may not swear an oath except by Allaah. And it is not permissible for us to swear an oath by other than Allaah. He sallallaahu’ alaihi wa sallam said:

“Whoever swears an oath by other than Allaah, then he has committed unbelief or he has committed shirk.”[1]

And he said: 

“Whoever is going to swear an oath, then let him swear by Allaah or let him keep silent.”[2]

So Allaah swears by whatever he wishes and he does not swear except by something which has importance and which contains a lesson, so what is the lesson here in this Time? The lessons are tremendous, the succession of the night and the day, and how they interchange and take from each other, this one taking from that one, and that one taking from this one, and they succeed each other in this amazing ordered manner which does not vary or alter.

This is a proof for the Ability of Allaah the Perfect and Most High. And then, whatever occurs within this Time from events and catastrophies and calamities and from favours and blessings and good things, and whatever occurs within this Time, this is from the lessons. And likewise because night and day are an arena for righteous action to be performed in. He the Most High said:

 .. وَهُوَ الَّذِي جَعَلَ اللَّيْلَ وَالنَّهَارَ خِلْفَةً 

And He (Allaah) is the One who made the night and the day to follow each other in succession … 

Meaning they follow each other in succession, this one follows on from this one.

لِّمَنْ أَرَادَ أَن يَذَّكَّرَ أَوْ أَرَادَ شُكُورًا ..

… for whoever wants to be reminded of Allaah or whoever wants to give thanks for Allaah’s favours. [25:62]

And in some of the recitations of this aayah, it occurs:

… for the one who wants to remember Allaah … [25:62]

So the night and the day are a tremendous bounty to be earned for a person who utilizes them in obedience to Allaah the Mighty and Majestic, and the arena for action is the night and the day, you have nothing else besides the night and the day, they are the arena for action and for good and pure earning for this world and the hereafter. So in the night and the day there are lessons and there are benefits, so therefore Allaah swore an oath by Time.

What is this oath sworn upon? It is His saying:

إِنَّ الْإِنسَانَ لَفِي خُسْرٍ

Mankind is certainly in loss. [103:2]

It (Mankind) means all of the descendants of Aadam, He did not exclude anyone, neither the kings nor the leaders, nor the rich people nor the poor people, nor the free people nor the slaves, nor the males nor the females. So, “Al-”, in, “Al-Insaan”, is for istighraaq – to make the word all-inclusive. All of the descendants of Aadam are in loss, meaning they will be in loss and destruction if they waste this precious Time, and they utilize it in disobedience to Allaah and in doing that which will harm them.

And this Time which is very cheap with many people, time seems prolonged for them, they become weary and bored, and they say, “We want to kill some time”. So they bring amusements, or they travel abroad to spend a holiday and just to spend some time somewhere, or they laugh and joke to use up time. So those people, they use it up and waste it – then it will be loss and regret upon them on the Day of Resurrection. And it could be the source of their true happiness, if only they took care of it.

So all of the descendants of Aadam are in loss and destruction, except for those who have the four qualities which are: knowledge and action and calling to Allaah and having patience upon any harm which the person meets. So whoever has these four qualities will be saved from this loss.

And having eemaan in Allaah is not possible except through having knowledge, which is knowledge and awareness of Allaah.

وَعَمِلُوا الصَّالِحَاتِ 

And they perform the righteous and correct deeds [103:3] 

Meaning they perform the righteous deeds from the obligatory duties and the recommended duties. So they utilize their time in performing the righteous deeds in that which will benefit them in their religion and in their worldly life, for even worldly action contains good and can contain reward if it is done with the intention of using it as an aid upon obedience. So how about action for the hereafter. So what is important is that you do not waste the time, rather you use it in something which will be to your advantage and benefit you.

وَتَوَاصَوْا بِالْحَقِّ

And they enjoin each other with the truth [103:3]

They command the good and they forbid the evil and they call to Allaah the Mighty and Majestic and they teach beneficial knowledge and they propagate knowledge and good amongst the people. They become callers to Allaah the Mighty and Majestic.

وَتَوَاصَوْا بِالصَّبْرِ

And they enjoin each other with having patience. [103:3]

They have patience upon whatever strikes them. AsSabr in the language means restraining, and what is meant by it here is restraining oneself upon obedience to Allaah. And it is of three types:

  • The first one is: Patience upon obedience to Allaah.
  • The second one is: Patience in keeping away from those things which Allaah has forbidden.
  • The third one is: Having patience with those things which Allaah has Pre-decreed to occur.

So the first: patience upon obedience to Allaah, because the person’s soul desires laziness and desires relaxation, so therefore a person must force it to have patience upon obedience and upon the prayer and upon fasting and upon jihaad in Allaah’s cause even though it may dislike these matters, he should cause it to have patience and he should restrain it on obedience to Allaah.

And the second: patience in keeping away from those things Allaah has made forbidden. The soul desires forbidden things and desires. It inclines towards them and is attracted to them, so therefore the person must bind it and restrain it away from the forbidden things, and this requires patience, and it is not easy to prevent the soul from desires and forbidden things. Whoever does not have patience, then his soul will overcome him and incline towards forbidden things.

The third is: having patience with the painful things which Allaah has decreed, the calamities which strike a person, from the death of a close relative or loss of wealth or illness which befalls a person, he must have patience upon the pre-ordainment and pre-decree of Allaah and he should not become vexed and he should not become angry, rather he should restrain the tongue from wailing and forbidden lamenting and from displaying anger and he should withhold himself from vexation and he should withhold his limbs from striking the cheeks and from tearing the front-opening of the garments. This is patience upon calamities.

As for faults, then he should not have patience upon them, rather he should repent to Allaah and flee away from them. However, with regard to calamities which are not something which you yourself have done, rather they are from Allaah the Mighty and Majestic, He has decreed that they will occur to you as a test and a trial or as a punishment for you for sins which you have committed just as there occurs in His saying the Most High:

وَمَا أَصَابَكُم مِّن مُّصِيبَةٍ فَبِمَا كَسَبَتْ أَيْدِيكُمْ وَيَعْفُو عَن كَثِيرٍ

And whatever calamity strikes you then it is on account of the sins which your hands have committed and Allaah pardons and does not punish, a great deal. [42:30]

So if a calamity strikes the Muslim in his self or in his wealth or in his children or his close relative or one of his brothers from the Muslims, then it is upon him to have patience and to await reward. He, the Most High, said:

الَّذِينَ إِذَا أَصَابَتْهُم مُّصِيبَةٌ قَالُوا إِنَّا لِلَّهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ

أُولَٰئِكَ عَلَيْهِمْ صَلَوَاتٌ مِّن رَّبِّهِمْ وَرَحْمَةٌ ۖ وَأُولَٰئِكَ هُمُ الْمُهْتَدُونَ

Those who, when a calamity strikes them they say, “Indeed we belong to Allaah and we will certainly be returning to Him”. Those people, upon them is praise from their Lord and mercy, and they are the ones who are guided. [2:156-157] 

This is patience, and from that is having patience upon harm which comes in calling to Allaah the Mighty and Majestic, for that is from the calamities. So it is upon you to have patience upon whatever you meet from harm upon the path of good. And do not turn away from doing good, because some people wish to do good, however, if something which he dislikes faces him he then says, “It is not obligatory upon me to enter myself into these matters”. Then he abandons teaching if he is a teacher, he abandons calling to Allaah, he abandons giving the khutbah if he is a khateeb (one who gives the khutbah in a mosque), he abandons leading the prayer in the mosque, he abandons commanding the good and forbidding the evil – this person has not had patience upon the harm which came to him.

And if you are upon error, then it is upon you to turn back to the truth and to correctness, but if you are upon  something true and you have not erred, then it is upon you to have patience and to await and expect reward and to be aware and to feel that this is in the cause of Allaah the Mighty and Majestic and that you will receive reward for it, and that you remember the harm which occurred to the Prophets ‘alaihimussalaatu wassalaam and how they had patience and how they strove and fought in Allaah’s cause, until Allaah the Mighty and Majestic gave them victory.


Imaam Muhammad ibn ‘Abdil-Wahhaab (rahimahullaah) said: 

قَالَ الشَّافِعِيُّ رَحِمَهُ اللهُ: لَوْ مَا أَنْزَلَ اللهُ حُجَّةً عَلَى خَلْقِهِ إِلاَّ هَذِهِ السُّوْرَةَ لَكَفَتْهُمْ

Ash-Shaafi‘ee rahimahullaah said: “If Allaah had not sent down any proof upon his creation except this soorah, then that would have sufficed for them.”12


[12]:

His saying, “Ash-Shaafi‘ee”: He is the Imaam Muhammad ibn Idrees Ash-Shaafi‘ee and Ash-Shaafi‘ee is an ascription to his great great grandfather who was called Shaafi‘, and he was from Quraish from Banul-Muttalib. He died in the year 204 H, and he was one of the four Imaams. And he said this saying, because Allaah has made clear in this soorah the reasons for wretchedness and the means for true happiness and success.

So the means for true happiness and success is that the person has these four characteristics: knowledge, and action, and calling, and having patience upon harm in the cause of Allaah the Most High. So Allaah’s proof is established upon His creation through this soorah. Allaah the Perfect says to them – I have made clear to you the means for true happiness in this short and brief soorah.

And the Qur’aan, all of it, and the Sunnah are details for these four matters. However, this soorah has made clear the means to true happiness and success in general terms, through it the proof has been established upon the creation, and the texts of the Qur’aan and the Sunnah give the details and clarify these four matters. And the speech of Ash-Shaafi‘ee does not mean that this soorah is sufficient for mankind, even if Allaah had not sent down anything else. But rather it has established the proof upon them, because Allaah has made clear in it the means to true happiness and the reasons for total wretchedness, so on the Day of Resurrection no-one can say, “I did not know the means to true happiness and I did not know the reasons leading to total wretchedness”, when he has read this brief and short soorah.

Footnotes

[1] Reported by Aboo Daawood and At-Tirmidhee from a hadeeth of Ibn ‘Umar radiyallaahu ‘anhumaa [Al-Albaanee – saheeh].

[2] Reported by al Bukhaaree as hadeeth 6108 and by Muslim as hadeeth 1646/3 as a hadeeth also of Ibn ‘Umar radiyallaahu ‘anhumaa.

Sharh-ul-Usool-ith-Thalaathah. Explanation of the Three Fundamental Principles of Imaam Muhammad ibn ‘Abdil-Wahhaab by Shaykh Saalih ibn Fowzaan al-Fowzaan hafizahullaah. Translated by  Daawood  Burbank, rahimahullaah

Posted with kind permission from Dawud Burbank rahimahullaah

Listen to the Full Audio Series:
Sharh Usool-ith-Thalaathah – Shaykh Fawzan | Dawud Burbank

Book Study Resources – Three Fundamental Principles

Related Links:

Basmalah : It is Befitting to Begin With it in Every Important Affair – Shaykh Fawzan | Dawud Burbank

Bismillaah

Sharh-ul-Usool-ith-Thalaathah : Lesson 01 : Part B
Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzan | Dawud Burbank [Audio|English]

[Souncloud Audio Link

The Author’s Introduction

قال رحمه الله: بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَـٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ

He, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said: In the Name of Allaah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy.1


[1]: He began, may Allaah have mercy upon him, this treatise with the Basmalah, following the example of the Book of Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, since the first thing which you see in the mus-haf (the printed copy of the Qur’aan), and before every soorah of it is, Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm (In the Name of Allaah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy).

So therefore it is used to begin treatises, or letters and books and works following the example of the Book of Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic. And likewise the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wasallam used to write it at the start of his letters when he wrote to the governors and the chiefs and to those who were in the different regions of the earth, calling them to Islaam, he would begin his letter with,  Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm.

And he sallallaahu ‘alaihi wasallam used to begin his talks and his speech with,  Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm (“In the Name of Allaah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy”), which shows that beginning with,  Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm, is the sunnah of the Messenger sallallaahu ‘alaihi wasallam, just as Sulaymaan ‘alaihissalaam when he wrote to Bilqees, the Queen of Saba’, he began his letter with, Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm:

قَالَتْ يَا أَيُّهَا الْمَلَأُ إِنِّي أُلْقِيَ إِلَيَّ كِتَابٌ كَرِيمٌ
إِنَّهُ مِن سُلَيْمَانَ وَإِنَّهُ بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ
أَلَّا تَعْلُوا عَلَيَّ وَأْتُونِي مُسْلِمِينَ

She said: O chiefs, a noble letter has been delivered to me, it is from Sulaymaan, and it reads, “In the Name of Allaah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy”. Do not be haughty, and refuse what I call you to, but rather come to me in submission”. [27:29-31]

So it is befitting to begin with, Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm, in every important affair and in every work which has importance and value, and in every letter.

So therefore those people who do not begin their works and their letters with, Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm , those people have left the Prophetic sunnah and left following the example of the Book of Allaah the Mighty and Majestic and perhaps because of that these books of theirs and these letters of theirs do not contain blessing and do not contain benefit, because they are deprived of, Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm. So therefore, they are deprived of benefit.

Why did they abandon, Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm? They abandoned it because it is a sunnah, and they flee away from the sunnah, or they blindly follow those people who flee away from the sunnah. So it is befitting that attention is given to the like of this.

So the meaning of, Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm, is seeking aid through the Name of Allaah.

So his saying, Bismi Allāh (With the Name of Allaah), this is a preposition, and a word which is governed by the preposition, connected to something which is left unmentioned, whose meaning is taken to be, “I seek aid through the Name of Allaah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy”, or, “I begin with the Name of Allaah, the Extremely Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy”, seeking blessings by means of it and seeking the aid of Allaah the Mighty and Majestic.

So therefore it is a tremendous preface for speech and for books and for letters, so a person seeks the aid of Allaah in its beginning and seeks blessing by means of His Name, He the Perfect and Most High.

Sharh-ul-Usool-ith-Thalaathah. Explanation of the Three Fundamental Principles of Imaam Muhammad ibn ‘Abdil-Wahhaab by Shaykh Saalih ibn Fowzaan al-Fowzaan hafizahullaah. Translated by  Daawood  Burbank, rahimahullaah

Posted with kind permission from Dawud Burbank rahimahullaah

Listen to the Full Audio Series:
Sharh Usool-ith-Thalaathah – Shaykh Fawzan | Dawud Burbank

Book Study Resources – Three Fundamental Principles

There Are Many Books Of Tafseer, Which Tafseer Do You Advise (Us) To Read ? – Shaykh Fawzan

[4] Question: 

Noble Shaikh, there are many books of tafseer, so which tafseer do you advise (us) to read. May Allaah reward you well.

[4] Answer: 

The books of Tafseer are many, all praise be to Allaah. This is from the blessings of Allaah. However, these books of Tafseer vary – amongst them are those that are long and in depth and those that are short and abridged, as well as those that are free from errors and those that contain errors, particularly in matters of Creed.

What I advise my brothers from amongst the youth to read is the Tafseer of Ibn Katheer for it is the greatest of tafseers and the one that uses the best way and method (for interpreting the Qur’aan) in spite of it being abridged. This is since he (i.e. Ibn Katheer) has interpreted the Qur’aan using the Qur’aan first, then by using the Prophetic Sunnah, then with the statements of the Salaf, and finally by using the requisites of Arabic, the language in which it was revealed. So it is a precise and reliable tafseer.

There is also the tafseer of Al-Baghawee and the tafseer of Ibn Jareer At-Tabaree, which is a comprehensive and all-inclusive tafseer. These tafseer books are trustworthy. There is also the tafseer of Shaikh ‘Abdur-Rahmaan As-Sa’adee, which is an excellent tafseer using simple expressions which contain tremendous knowledge.

As for the remaining tafseer books, they are good in some aspects, however they have errors in them, especially in matters of Creed. It is not proper for anyone to read these types of tafseer books except for the person that is proficient in knowledge to the point that he is able to take the good from it and avoid its errors. But as for the beginner, he is not able to do this, so he must take from the tafseer books that do not contain dangers and errors, such as the Tafseer of Ibn Katheer, the Tafseer of Al-Baghawee and the Tafseer of Al-Haafidh Ibn Jareer. All of these books of tafseer are valuable and excellent, all praise be to Allaah.

Posted from: Questions & Answers on the Qur’aan – Shaikh Saalih Al-Fawzaan

AUTHOR: Shaikh Saalih Al-Fawzaan
SOURCE: The end of his treatise “Tadabbur al-Qur’aan”
PRODUCED BY: Al-Ibaanah.com

Shaykh Hasan al Banna Visit To Masjid Tawheed – Abu Muhammad al Maghribee [Audio|En]

Lectures from Shaykh Hasan ibn Abdul Wahhab Marzooq al-Banna Visit to Masjid Tawheed

  • 01 – 12-29-11 Sh Hasan Opening Talk
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-01-12-29-11-sh-hasan-opening-talk-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 02 – 12-30-11 Sh Hasan Tafsir Surat Al-Iklaas
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-02-12-30-11-sh-hasan-tafsir-surat-al-iklaas-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 03 – 12-30-11 Sh Hasan Usoolus-Sunnah
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-03-12-30-11-sh-hasan-usoolus-sunnah-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 04 – 12-30-11 Sheikh Hasan Friday Khutbah
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-04-12-30-11-sheikh-hasan-friday-khutbah-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 05 – 12-30-11 Talk #5 Sh Hasan
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-05-12-30-11-talk-5-sh-hasan-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 06 – 12-31-11 Sh Hasan Tafsir Surat An-Noor & Usoolus-Sunnah
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-06-12-31-11-sh-hasan-tafsir-surat-an-noor-usoolus-sunnah-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 07 – 12-31-11 Sh Hasan Tafsir Surat An-Noor
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-07-12-31-11-sh-hasan-tafsir-surat-an-noor-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 08 – 1-1-12 Sh Hasan Tafsir Surat An-Noor & Usoolus-Sunnah
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-08-1-1-12-sh-hasan-tafsir-surat-an-noor-usoolus-sunnah-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 09 – 1-1-12 Sh Hasan Tafsir Surat An-Noor
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-09-1-1-12-sh-hasan-tafsir-surat-an-noor-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 10 – 1-2-12 Sh Hasan Talk #1
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-10-1-2-12-sh-hasan-talk-1-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]
  • 11 – 1-2-12 Sh Hasan Talk #2
    [audio https://salafiaudio.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/sh-hasan-al-banna-visit-to-masjid-tawheed-11-1-2-12-sh-hasan-talk-2-abu-muhammad-al-maghribee.mp3]

Audio Posted from Abu Muhamamd’s (hafidhahullaah) 4-Shared account. Visit his website followthesalaf.com to listen to more lectures.

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 78-114 – Tafseer Juz Amma – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Tafseer – 078- An-Naba’ – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 079- An-Naazi’aat – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 079- An-Naazi’aat – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 079- An-Naazi’aat – part 3 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 079- An-Naazi’aat – part 4 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 080- ‘Abasa – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 080- ‘Abasa – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 080- ‘Abasa – part 3 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 081- At-Takweer – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 081- At-Takweer – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 081- At-Takweer – part 3 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 082- Al-Infitaar – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 083- Al-Mutaffifeen – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 083- Al-Mutaffifeen – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 084- Al-Inshiqaaq – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 085- Al-Buruuj – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 086- At-Taariq – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 086- At-Taariq – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 087- Al-‘Alaa – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 087- Al-‘Alaa – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 088- Al-Ghaashiyah – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 088- Al-Ghaashiyah – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 089- Al-Fajr – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 089- Al-Fajr – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 090- Al-Balad – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 090- Al-Balad – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 091- Ash-Shams – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 092- Al-Layl – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 092- Al-Layl – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 092- Al-Layl – part 3 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 093- Ad-Duha – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 094- Ash-Sharh – part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 094- Ash-Sharh – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 095- At-Teen – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 096- Al-‘Alaq – part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 097- Al-Qadr – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 098- Al-Bayyinah – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 099- Az-Zalzalah – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 100- Al-‘Aadiyaat – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 101- Al-Qaari’ah – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 102- At-Takaathur – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 103- Al-‘Asr – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 104- Al-Humazah – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 105-106- Al-Feel – Quraysh – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 107-108- Al-Maa’uun – Al-Khawthar – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 109-110- Al-Kaafiruun – An-Nasr – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 111- Al-Masad – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 112 to 114 – Ikhlaas – An-Naas – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 54 Al-Qamar – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Tafseer – 54. Al-Qamar – 01 to 08 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 54. Al-Qamar – 09 to 17 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 54. Al-Qamar – 18 to 22 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 53 An-Najm – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Tafseer – 53. An-Najm – 01 to 18 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 53. An-Najm – 19 to 27 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 53. An-Najm – 27 to 30 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 53. An-Najm – 31 to 32 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 53. An-Najm – 32 to 41 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 53. An-Najm – 42 to 62 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 52 At-Tuur – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Tafseer – 52. At-Tuur – 01 to 09 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 52. At-Tuur – 09 to 20 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 52. At-Tuur – 20 to 28 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 52. At-Tuur – 29 to 34 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 52. At-Tuur – 35 to 40 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 52. At-Tuur – 41 to 62 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 51 Adh-Dhaariyaat – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 01 to 10 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 10 to 19 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 20 to 22 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 22 to 24 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 24 to 26 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 27 to 30 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 30 to 40 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 41 to 42 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 46 to 54 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 51. Adh-Dhaariyaat – 55 to 60 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 50 Qaaf – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Tafseer – 50. Qaaf – 01 to 05 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 50. Qaaf – 06 to 12 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 50. Qaaf – 12 to 14 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 50. Qaaf – 15 to 18 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 50. Qaaf – 19 to 25 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 50. Qaaf – 26 to 35 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 50. Qaaf – 36 to 45 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 49 Al-Hujuraat – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

1.O you who believe! Do not put (yourselves) forward before Allah and His Messenger (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam), and fear Allah. Verily! Allah is All-Hearing, All-Knowing.

2. O you who believe! Raise not your voices above the voice of the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam), nor speak aloud to him in talk as you speak aloud to one another, lest your deeds may be rendered fruitless while you perceive not.

Tafseer – 49. Al-Hujuraat – 01 to 02 – Saleh-As-Saleh

3. Verily! Those who lower their voices in the presence of Allah’s Messenger (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam), they are the ones whose hearts Allah has tested for piety. For them is forgiveness and a great reward.

4. Verily! Those who call you from behind the dwellings, most of them have no sense.

5. And if they had patience till you could come out to them, it would have been better for them. And Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

6. O you who believe! If a rebellious evil person comes to you with a news, verify it, lest you harm people in ignorance, and afterwards you become regretful to what you have done.

7. And know that, among you there is the Messenger of Allah (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam). If he were to obey you (i.e. follow your opinions and desires) in much of the matter, you would surely be in trouble, but Allah has endeared the Faith to you and has beautified it in your hearts, and has made disbelief, wickedness and disobedience (to Allah and His Messenger sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) hateful to you. These! They are the rightly guided ones,

8. (This is) a Grace from Allah and His Favour. And Allah is All-Knowing, All-Wise.

Tafseer – 49. Al-Hujuraat – 03 to 08 – Saleh-As-Saleh

9. And if two parties or groups among the believers fall to fighting, then make peace between them both, but if one of them rebels against the other, then fight you (all) against the one that which rebels till it complies with the Command of Allah; then if it complies, then make reconciliation between them justly, and be equitable. Verily! Allah loves those who are equitable.

10. The believers are nothing else than brothers (in Islamic religion). So make reconciliation between your brothers, and fear Allah, that you may receive mercy.

Tafseer – 49. Al-Hujuraat – 09 to 10 – Saleh-As-Saleh

11. O you who believe! Let not a group scoff at another group, it may be that the latter are better than the former; nor let (some) women scoff at other women, it may be that the latter are better than the former, nor defame one another, nor insult one another by nicknames. How bad is it, to insult one’s brother after having Faith [i.e. to call your Muslim brother (a faithful believer) as: “O sinner”, or “O wicked”, etc.]. And whosoever does not repent, then such are indeed Zalimun (wrong-doers, etc.).

Tafseer – 49. Al-Hujuraat – 11 – Saleh-As-Saleh

12. O you who believe! Avoid much suspicions, indeed some suspicions are sins. And spy not, neither backbite one another. Would one of you like to eat the flesh of his dead brother? You would hate it (so hate backbiting) . And fear Allah. Verily, Allah is the One Who accepts repentance, Most Merciful.

Tafseer – 49. Al-Hujuraat – 12 – Saleh-As-Saleh

13. O mankind! We have created you from a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know one another. Verily, the most honourable of you with Allah is that (believer) who has At-Taqwa [i.e. one of the Muttaqun (pious – see V.2:2)]. Verily, Allah is All-Knowing, All-Aware.

14.  The bedouins say: “We believe.” Say: “You believe not but you only say, ‘We have surrendered (in Islam),’ for Faith has not yet entered your hearts. But if you obey Allah and His Messenger (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam), He will not decrease anything in reward for your deeds. Verily, Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.”

15. Only those are the believers who have believed in Allah and His Messenger, and afterward doubt not but strive with their wealth and their lives for the Cause of Allah. Those! They are the truthful.

Tafseer – 49. Al-Hujuraat – 13 to 15 – Saleh-As-Saleh

16. Say: “Will you inform Allah about your religion? While Allah knows all that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth, and Allah is All-Aware of everything.

17. They regard as favour upon you (O Muhammad sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) that they have embraced Islam. Say: “Count not your Islam as a favour upon me. Nay, but Allah has conferred a favour upon you, that He has guided you to the Faith, if you indeed are true.

18. Verily, Allah knows the unseen of the heavens and the earth. And Allah is the All-Seer of what you do.

Tafseer – 49. Al-Hujuraat – 16 to 18 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Translations taken from the Noble Quran by Dr. Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din Al-Hilali, Ph.D. & Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 36 Yaa-Seen – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Based Upon the Tafseer of Shaykh Ibn Al-‘Uthaymeen rahimahullaah

Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 01 to 04 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 05 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 06 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 07 to 09 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 10 to 11 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 12 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 13 to 17 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 18 to 19 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 20 to 22 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 23 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 24 to 27 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 28 to 30 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 31 to 35 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 35 continued – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 36 to 38 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 39 to 41 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 42 to 46 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 47 to 51 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 52 to 54 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 55 to 56 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 57 to 58 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 59 to 61 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 62 to 63 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 64 to 65 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 66 to 68 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 69 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 70 to 71 – part 1 – Hands of Allaah – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 71 – part 2 – Attributes – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 72 to 73 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 74 to 75 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 76 to 79 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 36. Ya Seen – 80 to 83 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 31 Luqman (Verses 6 – 19) – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Explanation of Verses 6 to 19 from Surah Luqman

Listen / Download Mp3 Here (Time 32:00)

6. And of mankind is he who purchases idle talks (i.e.music, singing, etc.) to mislead (men) from the Path of Allah without knowledge, and takes it (the Path of Allah, the Verses of the Qur’an) by way of mockery. For such there will be a humiliating torment (in the Hell-fire).

7. And when Our Verses (of the Qur’an) are recited to such a one, he turns away in pride, as if he heard them not, as if there were deafness in his ear. So announce to him a painful torment.

8. Verily, those who believe (in Islamic Monotheism) and do righteous good deeds, for them are Gardens of delight (Paradise).

9. To abide therein. It is a Promise of Allah in truth. And He is the All-Mighty, the All-Wise.

10. He has created the heavens without any pillars, that you see and has set on the earth firm mountains, lest it should shake with you. And He has scattered therein moving (living) creatures of all kinds. And We send down water (rain) from the sky, and We cause (plants) of every goodly kind to grow therein.

11. This is the creation of Allah. So show Me that which those (whom you worship), besides Him have created. Nay, the Zalimun (polytheists, wrong-doers and those who do not believe in the Oneness of Allah) are in plain error.

12. And indeed We bestowed upon Luqman Al-Hikmah (wisdom and religious understanding, etc.) saying: “Give thanks to Allah,” and whoever gives thanks, he gives thanks for (the good of) his ownself. And whoever is unthankful, then verily, Allah is All-Rich (Free of all wants), Worthy of all praise.

13. And (remember) when Luqman said to his son when he was advising him: “O my son! Join not in worship others with Allah. Verily! Joining others in worship with Allah is a great Zulm (wrong) indeed.

14. And We have enjoined on man (to be dutiful and good) to his parents. His mother bore him in weakness and hardship upon weakness and hardship, and his weaning is in two years give thanks to Me and to your parents, unto Me is the final destination.

15. But if they (both) strive with you to make you join in worship with Me others that of which you have no knowledge, then obey them not, but behave with them in the world kindly, and follow the path of him who turns to Me in repentance and in obedience. Then to Me will be your return, and I shall tell you what you used to do.

16. “O my son! If it be (anything) equal to the weight of a grain of mustard seed, and though it be in a rock, or in the heavens or in the earth, Allah will bring it forth. Verily, Allah is Subtle (in bringing out that grain), Well-Aware (of its place).

17. “O my son! Aqim-is-Salat (perform As-Salat), enjoin (people) for Al-Ma’ruf (Islamic Monotheism and all that is good), and forbid (people) from Al-Munkar (i.e. disbelief in the Oneness of Allah, polytheism of all kinds and all that is evil and bad), and bear with patience whatever befall you. Verily! These are some of the important commandments ordered by Allah with no exemption.

18. “And turn not your face away from men with pride, nor walk in insolence through the earth. Verily, Allah likes not each arrogant boaster.

19. “And be moderate (or show no insolence) in your walking, and lower your voice. Verily, the harshest of all voices is the voice (braying) of the ass.”

Translated into the modern English Language by
Dr. Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din Al-Hilali, Ph.D. & Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan

Tafseer – Explanation Surah 18 Al-Kahf – Shaykh ibn Uthaymeen – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Based Upon the Tafseer of Shaykh Ibn Al-‘Uthaymeen rahimahullaah

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 01 to 10 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Verses 11-19 – Not Available

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 20 to 24 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Verses 25-26 – Not Available

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 27 to 30 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 30 to 40 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 41 to 44 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 45 to 48 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 49 to 51 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 51 to 52 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 52 to 57 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 57 to 73 – – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 74 to 83 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 83 to 86 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 86 to 97 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 98 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Tafseer – 18. Al-Kahf – 99 to 105 – Saleh-As-Saleh

Principles of Tafseer – Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Based upon the work of Shaykh Ibn Al-‘Uthaymeen rahimahullaah

  1. Introduction – Definition
  2. Pre- and Post-Hijrah Revelation
  3. Reasons for Revelation
  4. Arrangement and Compilation
  5. Foundation – Meaning
  6. Mufassiruun – Companions
  7. Impossibility of Contradictions
  8. Oaths in the Quraan
  9. Narrations
  10. Israelites
  11. Translations of the Quraan
  12. Types of Abrogations
  13. Israelites
  14. Clear Verses and Others Verses

Tafseer – Explanation of Surah Al-Faatihah – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Listen / Download Mp3 Here (Time 42:48)

A Concise Interpretation of the Opening Surah of the Quraan, Al-Fatihah [PDF]
Based upon the Tafseer of Shaykh Ibn Al’Uthaymeen, rahimahullaah

The Opening Soorah (Chapter)

This Soorah has been named Al-Faatihah (The Opening) because the Grand Qur’aan is commenced therewith. It is also called Al-Mathaanee (repeatedly recited verses) because it is recited in every Rak’ah (unit of prayer), and it has other names as well.

1. { بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ }I begin and commence [the task of recitation, or any other lawful task or affair] seeking the aid of the name of Allaah in the accomplishment [of the particular task] and in the pursuance of the right way [in the intended affair], and in petitioning for acceptance [of this or any other good deed].

{ الله } : Allaah is the ‘Alam (identifying name or title) of the Rabb, [01] the Blessed and the Most High, who, and non else besides Him, is worshipped rightfully and deservingly. This is the most particular name of the names of Allaah, the Most High, and cannot be applied to other than Him, the One free of all imperfection.

{ الرَّحْمَان } Ar-Rahmaan: The One whose Mercy encompasses the entire creation.

{ الرَّحِيم } Ar-Raheem: The One who has Mercy upon the believers. Both, Ar-Rahmaan and Ar-Raheem, are two names of the names of Allaah, the Most High.

2. { الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ } This is a statement of praise which Allaah praised Himself with. Implicit therein is an ordinance to His slaves to celebrate His Praise, for He, alone, is the One worthy of [all] praise. And He, the One free of all imperfection (Subhaanahu), is the One who originated all of creation, the One who takes charge (guards, protects, maintains, etc.) of their affairs; the One who nurtures and sustains all of His creation with His favours and blessings, and His friends (awliyaa’) with eemaan (faith) and righteous deeds.

3. { الرَّحْمَانAr-Rahmaan: The One whose Mercy encompasses the entire creation.
{ الرَّحِيمAr-Raheem: The One who has Mercy upon the believers.

4. { مَالِكِ يَوْمِ الدِّينِ } : It is He [Allaah], the One free of all imperfection, the only Owner (and the only Ruling Judge) of the Day of Resurrection (Yawmul Qiyaamah) which is the Day of Requital of deeds. Restricting [His] Dominion to the Day of Recompense (Yawmuddeen) is because no one will claim [the ownership of] anything on the Day of Resurrection, and because no soul shall speak except by His [Allaah’s] Leave. In the Muslim’s recitation of this Aayah in every Rak’ah of his prayers, there is a reminder for him of the Last Day, and an incitement to make himself ready by doing righteous deeds and refraining from sinful and evil acts.

5. { إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ }We solely single You out [O Allaah] with all acts of obedience and all worship, and to You alone we appeal for aid in all of our affairs, for indeed all the matters are in Your Hand, none [else] possess not even an ant’s weight of it!

In this Aayah there is proof that it is not permissible for the ‘Abd [slaveworshipper of Allaah] to direct anything from the types of worship except to Allaah alone. In it there is a healing for the hearts from the ailment of devotion to other than Allaah, and from the diseases of Riyaa’ (showing off in good works), vanity, and arrogance.

6. { اهْدِنَا الصِّرَاطَ الْمُسْتَقِيمَ }Show us, guide us, and grant us the ability to purse the Straight Path and make us firmly established upon it until we meet You. The Straight Path is Islaam, the clear Way leading to attain the Pleasure of Allaah and His Jannah (Paradise), and which the end (last) of Allaah’s Messenger and Prophets [i.e. Muhammad(صَلَّى اللّٰهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّم)] directed us to it. There can be no way for the ‘Abd to attain happiness except by being upright on it.

7. { صِرَاطَ الَّذِينَ أَنْعَمْتَ عَلَيْهِمْ غَيْرِ الْمَغْضُوبِ عَلَيْهِمْ وَلَا الضَّالِّينَ }The Way of those upon whom You have conferred Your Favours of the Prophets, the Siddeeqeen,[2] the martyrs, and the righteous. Indeed, they are the ones worthy of guidance and who deserve to be rightly directed. And make us not of those who pursed the way of those who were the objects of Allaah’s Anger (Al-Maghdoobi ‘Alayhim), the Jews and likewise, who knew the truth but did not apply it; nor of those who have gone astray, the ones who were misguided and consequently have strayed away for the right path. These are An-Nasaara (the Christians) and whoever follows their way.

In this du’aa (invocation) there is a cure for the Muslim’s heart from the ailment of Jahd (knowingly denying the truth), ignorance, and misguidance, and a proof that the greatest favour at all is that of Islaam. So whoever is more knowledgeable of the truth and more pursuant of it is more entitled to the Straight Path. Without a doubt that among mankind, aside from the Prophets ‘Alayhimus-Salaam, the companions of Allaah’s Messenger (صَلَّى اللّٰهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّم) have the best claim to this [Path]. Indeed, the Aayah proves their excellence and their great rank and standing, Radiyallaahu ‘Anhum (may Allaah be pleased with them).

It is praiseworthy for the reader to say “Aameen” after the recitation of Al-Faatihah which means “O Allaah, respond.” It is not, however, an Aayah of Sooarat Al-Faatihah as this is agreed upon by the scholars. For this reason they unanimously agreed that it is not to be written in the copies (Masaahif, sing. Mus’haf) of the Noble Qur’aan.

The slave hoping for Allaah’s Mercy and Forgiveness
Saleh As-Saleh, 1421 A.H
Revised 3rd of Dhul Qi’dah, 1427, Nov. 24th 2006

Footnotes:

[1] Rabb: Allaah is sole Rabb: He is the One Who gave all things the power to grow, to move and to change, to Whom belongs the Creation and Commandment; the Master Who has no equal in His Sovereignty, Predominance, and Highness, the One Who Provides for and Sustains all that exists, and who brings into existence things from nothing. The word “Lord” used in translating the word Rabb into the English Language, is not truly equivalent to the comprehensive meaning of the name Ar-Rabb.

[2] Siddeeqeen (Sing. Siddeeq): One who eminently, or always, accepting, or confirming the truth in his saying, belief, and deeds. They are the followers of the Prophets who were first and foremost to believe in them, like Abu Bakr As-Siddeeq, Radiyallaahu ‘Anhu.

Related Linkhttps://abdurrahman.org/tafseer-ul-quran

Tafseer – Explanation Surah Al-Baqarah – Dr Saleh as Saleh [Audio|En]

Tafseer – 02. Al Baqarah – 01 – 02 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 02 – Benefits – 03 – 05 – Believers Qualities – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 06 – 10 – Kafirs – Hypocrites – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 11 – 13 – Qualities Of Hypocrites – 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 14 – 16 – Qualities Of Hypocrites – 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 16 – Qualities Hypocrites – 3 – Benefit 17 – 19 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 19 – 20 – No Metaphore In Quraan – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 21 – Attesting Lordship Entails Worship – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 22 – Details About Lordship – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 23 – Attesting Messengership – Transcendence – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 24 – Hell Forever – Quran Miracle – 25 – Tidings – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 26 – Guidance And Misguidance – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 27 – 28 – Abilities Of Allaah Vs Resurrection – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 29 – Creation Of Earth And Heaven – Istawaa – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 30 – Creation Of Adam – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 31 – 32 – Languages – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 33 – 36 – Iblees Rebels And Deceives – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 37 – Repentance – 38 – Guidance – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al Baqarah – 39 – Kufr Is Denial – Arrogance – 40 – Covenant – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 41 – Jews Christians Told To Believe – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 42 – 45 – Truth Vs Falsehood – Al Birr – Salaat – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 46 – 47 – Jews Favored In Their Time – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 48 – Intercession – 49 – 50 – Reminder Of Favors – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 51 – 52 – Jews Scolded For Worshiping Calf – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 53 – 54 – Tawraah – Conditions Of Repentance – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 55 – 56 – Jews Ask To See Allaah – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 57 – The Sending Of Al Manna – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 58 – 59 – Meaning Of Maghfirah – Sins – Fusuuq – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 60 – Twelve Springs – Do Not Commit Mischief – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 61 – Disobedience And Kufr – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 62 – 66 – Additional Benefits – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 62 – 66 – Believers And Transgressors – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 67 – 73 – Command To Slaughter Cow – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 67 – 75 – Additional Benefits – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 74 – 75 – Hearts Harder Than Stone – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 76 – 78 – Jews Conceal Knowledge – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 79 – 82 – Changing Revealed Text – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 83 – Details Of The Covenant – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 84 – 86 – Covenant – Part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 87 – 88 – Jews Denied Or Killed Messengers – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 89 – 90 – Jews Belied The Message – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 91 – 92 – Jews Accept Musa And Deny Muhammad – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 93 – 94 – Covenant With The Jews – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 94 – 96 – Jews Told To Long For Death – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 97 – 98 – Enemy Of Jibreel Is Enemy Of Allaah – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 99 – 101 – Breaking Of The Covenant – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 102 – The Teaching Of Magic – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 103 – 106 – Allaah Gives His Mercy As He Wishes – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 107 – 108 – No Wali Or Helper Besides Allaah – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 109 – 111 – Do Your Duty And Ignore Disbelilevers – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 112 – 113 – Sincerity – Following – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 114 – Those Causing Hardship To Believers – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 114 – Three Types Of Additions – Clarifications – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 115 – 117 – Allaah Is The Lord Of All Creation – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 118 – Signs Of Allaah Are Clear For The Believer – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 119 – 120 – True Guidance Is That Of Allaah – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 121 – 122 – Disbelievers In Quraan Are Loosers – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 123 – 124 – Reminder Of Favors And Of Last Day – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 125 – Reminder About Sanctity Of Allaah’s House – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 126 – Reminder About The Sanctuary Of Makkah – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 128 – Du’a Ibraaheem And Ismaeel – Part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 129 – Du’a Ibraaheem And Ismaeel – Part 3 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 130 – Ibraaheem Was Chosen – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 136 – Belief In Allaah – His Books – His Prophets – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 137 – 139 – Allaah Suffice The Believers – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 140 – 141 – Previous Prophets Were On Tawheed – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 142 – 143 – First Qiblah Was A Test – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 143 – More Benefits Of The Verse – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 143 – Qiblah Is Ka’bah – Benefits Of Verse – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 145 – People Of Scripture Reject Our Qiblah – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 146 – People Of Scripture Conceal The Truth – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 147 – Be Not Of Those Doubting The Truth – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 148 – 149 – Face Masjid Al-Haraam When Praying – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 150 – One Qiblah For All – Benefits Of Verse – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 151 – 152 – Sending Of Messenger – Gratefulness – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 153 – Seek Help In Patience And Salaah – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 155 – 157 – Sabr – Patience And Perseverance – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 175 – Purchasing Error At Price Of Guidance – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 176 – Error Of Those Disputing The Book – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 177 – Al-Birr – Piety – Righteousness – Part 1 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 177 – Al-Birr – Piety – Righteousness – Part 2 – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 177 – Al-Birr – Piety – Righteousness – Part 3 – Covenant – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 178 – Al-Qisas – Law Of Equality In Punishment – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 179 – 182 – Al-Qisas – Last Will And Bequest – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 183 – Command To Observe Fasting – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 184 – Fasting – Making Up Days – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 185 – Fasting – Fast On Sighting The Crescent – Saleh-As-Saleh
Tafseer – 02. Al-Baqarah – 186 – Allaah Is Near And Responds To Invocations – Saleh-As-Saleh

Explaining Surah an-Naba – Shaykh ibn Uthaymeen

Explaining Sūrah an-Naba
تفسري جزء عمّ :Original Title
Original Author: Muḥammad Ibn Ṣāliḥ al-‘Uthaymīn
Translator : Abu az-Zubayr Harrison – authentic-translations.com

Contents

Sūrah al-Naba: Verses 1-16
The Explanation of Verses 1-16
Sūrah al-Naba: Verses 17-30
The Explanation of Verses 17-30
Sūrah al-Naba: Verses 31-36
The Explanation of Verses 31-36
Sūrah al-Naba: Verses 37-40
The Explanation of Verses 37-40

Click the below link to read or download PDF document

Explaining Surah an-Naba – Shaykh Uthaymeen- Authentic-Translations.com [PDF]

Explaining Surah al-Fatihah – Shaykh ibn Uthaymeen

Explaining Sūrah al-Fātiḥah
تفسري سورة الفاحتة :Original Title
Original Author: Muḥammad Ibn Ṣāliḥ al-‘Uthaymīn
Translator : Abu az-Zubayr Harrison – authentic-translations.com

Contents

Sūrah al-Fātiḥah
Introduction
The Explanation of: In the name of Allah, the Most-Merciful, the Bestower of all mercy
The Explanation of Verse 1: All praise and thanks are for Allah, the lord of all creations
The Explanation of Verse 2: The Most-Merciful, the Bestower of all mercy
The Explanation of Verse 3: The owner of the Day of Recompense
The Explanation of Verse 4: You alone we worship, and from you alone we seek help
The Explanation of Verse 5: Guide us to the straight path
The Explanation of Verses 6 and 7: The path of those you bestowed grace upon

Click the below link to read or download the full article PDF:

Explaining Surah al-Fatihah – Shaykh Uthaymeen- Authentic-Translations.com [PDF]

Explaining Sūrah an-Nāzi’āt – Shaykh ibn Uthaymeen

Explaining Sūrah an-Nāzi’āt
تفسري جزء عمّ :Original Title
Original Author: Muḥammad Ibn Ṣāliḥ al-‘Uthaymīn
Translator : Abu az-Zubayr Harrison – authentic-translations.com

Contents of the article

Sūrah al-Nāzi’āt: Verses 1-14
The Explanation of Verses 1-14
Sūrah al-Nāzi’āt: Verses 15-26
The Explanation of Verses 15-26
Sūrah al-Nāzi’āt: Verses 27-33
The Explanation of Verses 27-33
Sūrah al-Nāzi’āt: Verses 34-41
The Explanation of Verses 34-41
Sūrah al-Nāzi’āt: Verses 42-46
The Explanation of Verses 42-46
Appendix: The Believer and Disbeliever at the Time of Death

Click the Below Link to read or download full article PDF

Explaining Surah an-Naziat – Shaykh Uthaymeen [PDF]